I’ve spent many years coaching young golfers in the gym; supporting their strength and conditioning, helping them to modify and optimise their training, nutrition, sleep and recovery behaviours and I always enjoy seeing their progress transfer to their game and preparation on and off the course.

In Sports Psychology there’s a lot of research evidence to promote the use of a ‘process’ rather than focusing on the outcomes. As strength and conditioning coaches, we too must focus on the ‘process’ of coaching young athletes. The process, or ‘PROCESS’, I am referring to here is one that Avery Faigenbaum and James McFarland presented in their feature article in 2016.